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the debate. >>> plus, karl rove launches an assault on ashley judd to protect his pal mitch mcconnell. >> her own grandmother says she is a hollywood liberal. >> we'll tell you why old turd blossom is so desperate. fox news will always have a steve doocy. >> face-lift perhaps? >> good to have you with us, folks. thanks for watching. this opening story tonight, i'm telling you, i'm going to try to maintain my poise here. this should be a day of celebration for conservatives as they continue to chip away at the backbone of america. >> we're announcing that we are moving forward with a change to our national delivery schedule. the postal service delivery schedule will consist of six days of package delivery and five days of mail delivery. >> this story is everything i don't like about republicans. the slow death of the united states post office. folks, its under way. and americans just seem to sit back and well, let's accept it. that's the way it is. this once proud american institution will no longer deliver first class mail on saturday starting this summer. aren't we proud? moving forward now.
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, is that when the republican runs for senate, you get to attach mitch mcconnell to him and all. crazy republicans. when you run for governor in massachusetts, you don't have to worry about mitch mcconnell and alignment with those guys. >> it's ironic because attaching mitch mcconnell which seems like an inscinerary thing to do has the just the opposite. they are the ones who view mitch mcconnell as the establishment. which is pretty amazing. >> howard, before we go, as our senior kentucky panelist -- >> thank you. i'll treasure that. >> i said ashley judd is going to crush mitch mcconnell last night. all she has to do is announce. i want to call the race right now. i'm calling it for ashley judd. >> i'm not going to -- as the senior kentucky analyst, i have to maintain an open mind here. and i find that when you make predictions, people assume that you want a specific result. you're predicting. >> she's three points behind him in a poll. it's devastating. >> it is amazing. >> it is amazing. she's probably the first candidate or potential candidate who i've seen out of a washington par
have not -- minority leader mitch mcconnell. guest: he is not doing a lot of talking about the nature of those discussions. you can interpret that as not being so sensitive. i do not want to interpret to been much. the big part of this blame game is that there is not any consensus in the catholic about how to go forward. it is not clear that speaker boehner has the votes to pass in sequestration patch, much less agree with the democratic controlled senate in harry reid. politically, finding the consensus to do it, there is an acceptance around the capital that if an agreement is going to be reached, it will have to be like the fiscal cliff deal was, like the transportation bill was. speaker boehner has to pass it with a lot of democratic votes. that is a politically risky thing to do. in the crisis will lead him to do it. getting a majority of republicans to vote for a deal that can also be agreed to with 60 votes in the senate, there is no way to do it right now. host: todd zwillich is a reporter on capitol hill. lesley clark spends much of her time at the white house for mcclatchy n
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called mitch mcconnell thursday for the first time this year. the white house says republicans are spending more time criticizing than working on a solution. >> imagine if republicans would have the amount of effort into finding a solution as they have coming up with hashtags. >> another big question this afternoon, does the public really understand what is going on with the sequestered. a new poll says almost half of americans have barely heard anything about the budget cuts. >> let's take a look at what is going on locally. a piece of the big midwest storm is coming in here. our temperatures are almost as cold in the midwest, but the moisture is not prepared to do much. here is chesapeake bay. we're getting a little mix of precipitation showing up on the radar, but the air is dry and not all of it is hitting the ground. up to the north, radar is indicating some sprinkles and a mix of precipitation is possible. none of it is very heavy. down to the south could be a few degrees warmer and a little more liquid if it is even hitting the ground. here are the temperatures. westmins
hasn't decided if she's going to run for mitch mcconnell's seat. but they're not waiting. there's an online ad targeting judd. >> someone who knows what's good for us. >> obama care has done so much for us. >> someone who shares our values. someone from out of state who understands us. >> i don't know about hillbillies who golf. >> her own grandmother says she's a hollywood liberal, but isn't that what we need? ashley judd an obama-following radical hollywood liberal who's right at home here in tennessee. i mean kentucky. >> cbs news political director john dickerson. first i thought the election was over. now there are more campaigns again. why target someone who's not said she's even running for the seat? >> it doesn't push one hot button. it's an entire dashboard of hot buttons from liberal to -- one, conservatives complain about media working against them. this uses the media in their cause, this ad's going to get a lot of coverage even though it's just a web ad because she's a celebrity. so for american crossroads it improves their reputation. the
calls to republican leaders house speaker john boehner minority leader mitch mcconnell all of the administration is encountering the gop. >> there is a responsibility here on the republican side to do what the president has done which is to hear what people are saying. please compromise. please be reasonable. please not adopt positions that represent them my way or the highway approach. >> and there is a white house effort to paint a doomsday scenario here with federal spending and cuts by 2-3 percent. there is food shortages. military readiness and many republicans will agree the cuts will hurt. others say the president insisted on new tax hikes ignores other reductions that could replace these across the board sequestor cuts. >> if you were to pay federal employees about the same level you pay private employees that saves 32 billion a year. there are other places to cut. you can cut foreign aid in half and save 20 billion. we have a list of savings that we can send to the president if he is interested and we can do this without laying anybody off. >> the president travels
, i wonder if this is a set up. is this mitch mcconnell saying i'm going to set this economy up to fail. i want to hurt the president and see him not succeed and see democrats not move forward. is some of that in play here? >> i think it's fair to say that the republican leadership have certainly dug their heels in now, if you listen to john boehner saying i agree with secretary panetta that sequestration would be damaging. but they are saying this is the president's invention. >> michael: it's good public relations, but the president comes in with something like 52% approval rating at his last polling and congress is so low. doesn't the president have a little more to lose here? >> he does absolutely. if you look at this week no members of congress are in session this week. they are having townhalls they are doing speeches they are talk about -- there are very few people from the small towns of america that don't know what sequestration means anymore. so there is a lot to lose for the president. and i think everybody has a lot at play here if we don't find a
manufacturers have given a ton of money to senator mitch mcconnell. >> michael: on wednesday the senate judiciary committee will hold a hearing on banning assault weapons. now joining me on the phone is "ross call's" senate beat reporter niels lesniewski niels. welcome inside "the war room." >> it's good to be here. >> how important is senator coburn to any gun reform bill that may come out? >> he could be one of the key senators in getting an agreement that could actually get legislative traction particularly beyond the senate. senator coburn is one of the most conservative members of the senate and a bill that he supports the development of and then votes for throughout the process in the senate if such a bill were to pass the senate it might put pressure on the house republican leadership to at least take that sort of a measure up, so there's kind of an incentive here for -- for democrats and for advocates of gun safety or gun control measures to be able to get someone like coburn on board. >> niels do you think his outrage over this data base is legit or only
. >> i think mitch mcconnell will decide for himself whether he wants to pick the first fight with the re-elected president over this -- chris: 55 votes? >> i any $think it depends on what is known and said over the next week or so. a filibuster is a possibility. not a likelihood. i think they need more evidence. if they've got something, put it on the table. chris: so if the shoe drops this week -- >> and the president needs to back him up, too. chris: hillary clinton did something big this week. she ended her tour as secretary of state. she showed off her skill, carefully and pleasantly stepping aside from every reporter's attempt to find a window into her presidential stantd. i tried that on the hard ball tour. >> will you be running for president in 2004? no. are we done? chris: will you be running for president in 2008? >> you know, i have said the same thing to everyone, to every important public figure and commentator. no one of your stature, however, has ever asked me this question. unfortunately, you're going to get the same answer. i have absolutely no plans -- chris: i have no
into washington and want to play kumba ya politics. you look in the eyes of mitch mcconnell, jim demenint, and realize they are out to take you down. you need a plan be. there was no plan b. there was not a. it. -- there was not a pivot. he had extraordinary skills as a speaker during the campaign. he moved this country, millions of people. he angered millions and made them think he was a socialist and other matters. but he has not used those skills in a consistent, powerful way to tell a narrative about the challenges, what the country is going through, and where he is taking the country. by playing on the republican field of deficits and debts instead of joblessness or say we're all trying to compromise, you make people feel everyone is equally involved in a gridlock that has led to a point where congress has a lower popularity rating than the banks. that is a feat. 9%. it is dropping even though there are good people inside the congress. there is a progressive congress. they put out a people's budget. bernie sanders has exposed the fed giving out trillions of dollars in addition to the
candidacy. kneel like they might have a chance if they can have a conservative democrat run against mitch mcconnell. chris: ashley judd is a native and will take on the senate leader? >> possibly. and you're seeing they're feeling perhaps they can goad her into running. chris: they're going to kill her. they're going to kill home run. movie star in kentucky. >> guns, immigration, hakele. huge issue over the next few months is voting. few lines in the state of the union. twice as many democrats waited half hour as republicans were going to have a supreme court case. that's going to affect elections for years to come. watch what goes on. consider can the federal government really get into elections? >> they can do some things around edges but your question is right. key thing is what happens in the states here. chris: when we come back, i love it, some of the biggest movies this year as you all know have been history movies. "lincoln," and others. what movie is becking to be made that -- begging to be made that hasn't been made yet? we have the hottest pitches. [ male announcer ] pillsbury
mitch mcconnell. the conversations were characterized as good, but no signs reporting progress. national park service budget would take a 5% cut and is expected to affect parks from coast to coast. that likely mean fewer park rangers, reduced hours of operation and closed facilities. >> places like gettysburg will have to turn away 2400 children that are there for school purposes. the bathrooms will be dirty. some of those trash cans will not be emptied. these are the places that speak to who we are as americans, and we are going to cut that budget? >> bullets flying, a maserati and a range rover racing toward a red light on the las vegas strip. it sounds like something from an action movie, but it ended with three people dead. the maserati ran a red light and smashed into a group of vehicles. for more vehicles than collided, injuring six more people, while the range rover is better off. police -- the range rover sped off. check out this stunning video from san of fate, new mexico. a 17-rope links to make scale lift chair at -- a 17-year-old. then he plummets on to the steep run below. r
not of the mind of mitch mcconnell. why is he worried, a, she hasn't announced she was running and b, i thought he was secure in his-- >> i don't know what karl will have to say about it and we should note at that ashley judd is not chris rock and tony bennett. she went to the kentucky school of government my alma mater, i almost flunked out i heard that she did well. so she's very smart, but she doesn't mix it up and won't come on the program and trying to have her on for years and she simply won't do it and i think that the strategy is, look, this woman's going to be able to get a lot of money, all right, because she's a celebrity. >> right. >> so the guys out in hollywood writing her checks and we want to kind of define her now before she gets any momentum, a small deal for rove and his crew, right? >> yes, a very smart strategy, but i think it's off the mark because she's not a vacuous hollywood elite-- >> you can portray her that way. >> most people in kentucky know that ashley judd is the biggest kentucky wildcats basketball fan probably on earth and she's connected to kentucky in a real way
speaker boehner and senate leader mitch mcconnell call the president's speech a missed opportunity. >> an opportunity to bring together the country and instead became a retread of lip service and liberalism. for democratic president entering his second term, it was simply unequal to the moment. following four years of this president's unwillingness to challenge liberal dogma. we got more of the same. >> i have been dealing with a minimum wage issue for the last 28 years that i have been elected office. when you raise the price of employment, guess what happens. you get less of it. in a time when the american people are asking where are the jobs, why would we want to make it harder for small employers to hire people. >> let's bring in the "news nation" panel and syndicated talk show host and contributor michael smerconish, cnbc contributor and columnist for reuters and the atlantic. lots of jobs for you. let me start off with you. you have a president talking about raising the minimum wage and the follow-up from republicans today is that that would hurt the jobs creators. an argumen
for a tweet against mitch mcconnell's wife former secretary elaine chow. a meeting between president obama and congressional leaders on the same day those budget cuts are to take effect. is this too little too late? join our conversation on twitter. find out as tamron hall. a febreze experiment. to prove febreze can keep this car fresh, we loaded it with fast food, sweaty hockey gear, and a smelly dog cage. and parked it at a mall. in texas. for two days. then put a febreze car vent clip on the dash and let in real people. it smells good. like laundry fresh out of like the dryer. yeah. a man fresh out of the shower. nailed it. oh yeah. proof. febreze car vent clips keep your car fresh. another way febreze helps you breathe happy. you don't decide when vegetables reach the peak of perfection. the vegetables do. at green giant, we pick vegetables only when they're perfect. then freeze them fast so they're are as nutritious as fresh. [ green giant ] ho ho ho. ♪ green giant [ green giant ] ho ho ho. i've always had to keep my eye on her... but, i didn't always watch out for myself. with so m
, a colleague of all of these folks who the republican leader mitch mcconnell and others consistently praised when he was still in the senate, has two purple stars -- two purple hearts, was an extraordinary soldier, was the head of the u.s.o., served on the senate floor relations committee. he is imminently qualified to be secretary of defense. and the notion that we would see an unprecedented filibuster, just about unprecedented. we've never had a secretary of defense filibustered before. there's nothing in the constitution that says that somebody should get 60 votes. the republican minority in the senate seemed to think that the rule now is that you have to have 60 votes for everything. well, that's not the rule. the rule is that you're supposed to have a majority of the hundred senators vote on most bills. the filibuster historically has been used slektively for a handful of issues to extend debate. but we don't have a 60-vote rule. and, yet, that's become kmonl practice. this is just the latest example. it's just unfortunate that this kind of politics intrudes at a time when i'm still pre
of theion onthe ion use union address. here is what senate leader mitch mcconnel told me a molt ament a >> what he has been doing doesn't create jobs. >> all right later in the show as we prepare to hear the president's take on the economy. but will he make a compromise deal on the budget cut iting se quester. "the kudlow report" begins right now. >> first up, this evening let's set the scene for tonight. aamon joins us now from the hill. what is the buzz about tonight over there good evening to you. >> reporter: well good evening larry. if history is any guide, the last 12 to 18 months might represent the opportunity. after that, history shows that second term presidents tend to peter out a bit. the president knows what is at stake here tonight. but especially the economy we have exerts from what the president is going to say. he is going to say it is our generation's task then to ignite the true engine of economic growth. we are going to hear from republican senator marco rubio. he is going to give the official response. he says this opportunity to make it to the middle class or bey
judd's possible candidacy against mitch mcconnell, and here is karl rove basically criticizing the tea party or essentially slamming the tea party while mitch mcconnell is doing everything he can to cozy up to the tea party. i think republicans around kentucky will be very confused. >> just to be broadening this out slightly, how does mr. rove suddenly pivot from resentment politics that he's been selling to white voters for the last 30 years, they're coming to get your jobs to come and get our jobs. how does he pull that one off? >> yn if he can pull it off, but it's pretty obvious why. he's looking at the people who are paying the bills and the ones who are putting up the money don't want to pay to run campaigns for extreme radical fringe candidates. so he's going where the money is, which is, i guess, probably predictable. >> i guess it is. in a "new york times" profile last week, it was suggested republicans would be thrilled to run against ashley judd, an actress, who is described by her own grandmother as a hollywood liberal. mr. rove's super pac as you have just mentioned have r
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at 43%, mitch mcconnell at 47%. now, what that means is mitch mcconnell is in grave trouble. as you know, ari, an incumbent is supposed to poll over 50%, usually significantly over 50%. whenever they poll before bee low 50 they're in grave trouble. the presumption is if the election was held literally today, the undecideds would go to the challenger ashley judd. she's a shoe-in, is what i'm saying. >> there's a lot of time but there's no doubt that mitch mcconnell has a problem here. he has not solidified his support among his own base, the tea party. you know, he went against graham paul in kentucky, he doesn't have as much control over the grass roots. people forget kentucky is a state that does elect democrats. had you ford, huddleston, barclay. this is not a place for republicans only. he's got to be nervous. >> ashley judd at 43%, i want to double underline this, that is extraordinary that you could put her name in a poll, she would poll within the margin of error basically with an incumbent senator who has been there forever. it is a conservative state. i mean, she is -- the democr
of an ad that is aimed directly at kentucky senator and minority leader mitch mcconnell. >> the guns meant for war could be used on civilians and children. as a gun owner and veteran i support the plan to ban assault weapons and keep guns out of the wrong hands. senator mitch mc mcconnell is funded by the gun industry. he's opposed to the reforms. senator mcconnell who's side are you on? >> john: for more we bring on george zornick washington reporter for the nation. welcome back. >> thank you for having me. >> john: what is going on in kentucky? couldn't mitch mcconnell run on that ad and win in some districts. >> when you look at the polling it doesn't look terrific for mitch mcconnell. by a slight majority people favor a weapons ban and kentuckians favor a background check. when we look at the overall gun problem in the country even the stuff that is being pushed right now, the assault weapons ban and high capacity magazines this is low-bar stuff. good stuff but most people should be able to agree on. these numbers in kentucky show that there are a lot of people who just don't think--ev
a listen to senate majority leader mitch mcconnell just a short while ago. >> the president is a master at creating the impression of chaos as an excuse for government action. do nothing, fan the flames of catastrophe, then claim the only way out is more government in the form of higher taxes. >> congresswoman, is that right? the only reason the president is raising the alarm is to raise taxes? >> that is utterly ridiculous. the president has put on the table, and as you pointed out you can go to the website, a long-term plan that actually cuts about $4 trillion from the deficit but does it in a balanced way increasing revenue and making some of the cuts. so mitch mcconnell is the one that is deceiving the american people into thinking that somehow this is really a necessary thing to do when it couldn't be more damaging. it is -- it's really crossed the line into acting irrationally, i would even say crazy. >> right. well, that's a fairly, i think, generous view of mr. mitch mcconnell. jared, speak he john boehner just two months ago suggested he could stump up $800 billion by closing t
wants kentuckians to know where mitch mcconnell stands on gun safety. listing rodney kendrick for a new tv ad. watch this. here is his powerful message. >> it's unthinkable that guns used for war could be used on children. as a gun owner i vote to keep guns out of the wrong hands. i know these guns. i know what they can do. senator mitch mcconnell is funded by the gun industry and he opposed reform. >> jennifer: that is ad is airing in and mitch mcconnell will be re-elected in 2014. team mitch is called too liberal. no mention of senator mcconnell's stance on gun safety. it looks like progressives struck a little nerve. >>> now to a laugh. new jersey's republican governor chris christie, the butt of jokes of our own brett erlich and others stopped by the late show with david letterman last night. check out how he handled the heat. >> i made jokes about you, not just one or two, on going here and there not just intermittent intermittent. [laughter] >> i didn't know it was going to be this long. >> jennifer: you got to love the guest who brings his own snacks. a quick break and then bret
they will filibuster for stuff that's really important. when harry reid and mitch mcconnell agree this is really worth it. damn if, we said at the time this was phony, it was not going to work, it was not going to make any change. republicans were going to abuse it. they would never abide by that agreement. two weeks ago. republicans trotted it out yesterday, put a filibuster on the nomination of chuck hagel to be our next secretary of defense, and they won. you need 60 votes to get over it. and the most they could get with the democrats and four republicans was 58 votes t he lost by one vote. harry reid ended up having to vote no. that way, by voting know he has the right to bring this back up for another vote when they come back from president's day weekend, which he will, and hopefully by that time, some republicans, one more republican, will have come to his or her senses. at any rate, it was the 55 democrats, 55 democrats and independents and four republicans came up to 59. harry reid voting no. that made it 58. so chuck hagle was not confirmed. and leon
not have a foil on the republican side. he does not have someone that he can deal with. mitch mcconnell maybe, but, remember, mitch mcconnell is up for re-election and is worried about a primary in 2014. you know, when we talk about the possibility of a big deal, i think boehner has been weakened by what happened with the fiscal cliff. mcconnell, i don't think, is fundamentally predisposed to do anything. particularly if it includes raising tacks. so who does he make a deal with? who can deliver the votes? >> and in fact, the senate democrats who are talking about the republicans in the senate who now are a little frightened by the election results and perhaps are looking for ways to come up with solutions, they know that the problem is, mike allen, in the house. the other thing, of course, that's going to be very emotional and send very strong signals is the presence in the chamber of all of these victims, from gabby giffords to the parents from chicago with the first lady. all of these victims of gun violence. >> that's right. we saw earlier this week from gabby giffords new ad, a com
hairstyles. ashley judd might run for senator against mitch mcconnell. what's funny is she's only four points down. karl rove's super pac has started running an online ad against her. >> you know this country really needs? someone who shares our values. someone from out of state who understands us hillbillies. >> i don't know about hillbillies who golf. >> her own grandmother said she's a hollywood liberal but isn't that what we need? ashley judd, an obama-following hollywood radical who is right at home here in tennessee, i mean kentucky. >> cenk: they're scared of her. >> definitely. i love when conservative ads look like "snl" skits. you can't tell if that's a joke, but it's real, they didn't have much to bash her other than the fact that she's a hollywood liberal, so what. >> and she lives in kentucky but from tennessee or lebanese in tennessee but from kentucky. that's what i meant. the other thing when karl rove's super pac pack backs you that's a disaster. this is great news for ashley judd. >> cenk: not so good for mitch mcconnell. how awesome would it be if ashley judd beat mitch mcc
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